AARP Arizona

Working to enhance the quality of life for all Arizonans
DEC 1, 2020
Loneliness has been an unintended consequence of the pandemic lockdowns. AARP is advocating for ways for family caregivers to visit safely.
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It's easy to safely vote from home during the coronavirus pandemic
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The congressional candidates share their plans for protecting Social Security and Medicare, lowering drug prices and more
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The U.S. Senate candidates share their plans for protecting Social Security and Medicare, lowering drug prices and more
Do you care for a parent, spouse, or other loved one? You could be eligible for a reimbursement from the state of Arizona of up to $1000.
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At AARP, we embrace and celebrate the vibrant Latino community here in Arizona and its unique characteristics.   From the many countries of origin, expressive language, infectious music, and deep respect for family, these characteristics comprise a cultural identity that is a powerful source of strength and inspiration.   Our identity brings us together, reminds us of who we are, and provides a foundation as solid as one could ask for during uncertain times. 
As we celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month in this year of heightened awareness around equality and social justice, we are reminded of how positive change happens only when someone decides to lead.  We are reminded of those men and women who, often in the face of great obstacles, dedicated their lives to serving something bigger than themselves, inspiring others and giving us all a path to a better tomorrow. 
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PHOENIX—AARP Arizona State Director Dana Kennedy released the following statement today in response to the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee’s citation of AARP in a political ad targeting U.S. Sen. Martha McSally. Kennedy said:
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The coronavirus may have put large parts of our lives on hold, but there’s one event it won’t delay – the 2020 election. About 230 million Americans will be eligible to vote in what many say is the most important election in recent history.
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Election officials say they're offering as many options as possible to make sure Arizonans vote in a year when their state is expected to play a decisive role nationally.
among arizona voters age fifty and up forty nine percent support biden and forty seven percent support trump
Almost all are worried the country is becoming more divided
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